AZ ROC: Registrar of Contractors Hosts Apprenticeship Fair at Chase Field

AZ ROC Apprenticeship Fair 2024
May 20, 2024

Mon., April 15, 2024

Cindy Casaus, Assistant Director

AZ ROC: Registrar of Contractors Hosts Apprenticeship Fair at Chase Field

PHOENIX, Ariz., (Apr. 15, 2024) – The Arizona Registrar of Contractors (AZ ROC) is holding the third annual AZ ROC Construction Science Technology Apprenticeship Fair and VIP Summit at Chase Field in Phoenix on Wednesday, April 17, 2024.

The focus of the free Apprenticeship Fair is to connect students, members of the United States Armed Forces and veterans desiring careers in the construction science technology industry with construction companies from across Arizona that are actively recruiting for available apprenticeship positions and job openings.
The VIP Summit is designed to bring industry leaders, policy makers and educators together for in-depth discussion regarding workforce development in the construction science professions, to propose possible solutions to challenges faced by the industry in recruiting talent and to discuss the role industry leaders play in the BuilditAZ Initiative.

The Summit will kick off with welcome remarks and a moderated discussion led by AZ ROC CEO and Executive Deputy Director Tom Cole with panelists to include Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity CEO and Executive Deputy Director Carlos Contreras, Sundt Vice President & Director of Craft Workforce Development Sean B. Ray and Arizona Building and Construction Trades Council Business Manager Solomon Galyon. 
Come for a Career, Stay for the Game!

Participation in the Apprenticeship Fair is free for students and school faculty, members of the United States Armed Forces and veterans. Those who attend the fair will receive a complimentary ticket to that afternoon's Arizona Diamondbacks baseball game against the Chicago Cubs. Registration for the fair is required and individual attendees can register at

Careers in Construction Science Technology: A Pathway to Success
Career opportunities in the Construction Science Technology Professions are open for anyone wanting to have a meaningful career and earn high wages without the debt associated with a four-year degree. Apprenticeship programs offer training and on-the-job experience while earning a paycheck at the same time.